Oarai Isosaki-Jinja is guarded on the mound in the east of Ibaraki Prefecture, facing the Pacific. While the Torii on the reef, which is built on the opposite of the Oarai Isosaki-Jinja, is a sacred place where photographers must come to find a view, and it is the best place to watch the sunrise. This time, I will introduce to you the Torii of Oarai Isosaki-Jinja.
Do you like curry? The sweet curry or spicy curry, which one is your favorite?
In Japan, the flavour of curry is roughly divided into 5 levels from sweet to spicy.
Today, I will tell you about the heat levels of Japanese curries.
“Goukon” is a group blind date to meet opposite sex. Most of you are likely to have watched it in Japanese dramas or movies. “Goukon” comes from the words “Godo Konpa” (informal group meeting of mixed sex). It is where 2 and more groups of people organize a party together and both the male and female participants get to know each other. In Japan, how do the OLs organize this kind of event? This time, we will share the “Goukon’s rules” based on the actual experience!
Have you play the capsule toy or ichiban kuji in Japan? Then did you get what you want?
It may be a little bit difficult to hit the jackpot just once.
However, in Japan, the same two-dimensional human beings often help each other in order to realize their dreams.
Well, today I will introduce to you the secrets of products exchange in Japan.
Sakura is the symbol of Japan. Sakura is not only beautiful, but it is also very similar to the character of the Japanese, so it has been loved by people for ages.
In recent years, the number of tourists visiting sakura in the spring has been gradually increased.
Before admiring the beauty of sakura, I'd like to ask you all, do you know about the etiquette for hanami?